LI Qiaoping

LI Qiaoping(李巧萍) Climate Prediction

Climate Modeling Division
National Climate Center(NCC)
China Meteorological Administration (CMA)
No. 46 Zhongguancun Nandajie, Haidian District, Beijing 100081, China
Phone: +86-10-68408726
Email: Liqp@cma.gov.cn

Education

1987-1991 B.S., Beijing Institute of Meteorology, Beijing
1998-2001 M.S. in Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, Jiangsu Province
2001-2004 Ph.D. in Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, Jiangsu Province

Work Experience

Jul.1991-Jun.2004 Engineer, Xinzhou Meteorology Bureau of Shanxi Province
Jul. 2004-Jun.2006 Postdoctoral researcher, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Jun.2006- Jun.2008 Associate Professor, Division of Climate Change, NCC, CMA
Jul.2008-Apr.2012 Associate Professor, Climate System Modeling Division, NCC, CMA
May2012-Present Professor, Climate System Modeling Division, NCC, CMA

Research Fields

Regional climate change, climate modeling, dynamical seasonal prediction

Publications

1. Li Qiaoping, and Ding Yihui (2012). “Climate simulation and future projection of precipitation and the water vapor budget in the Haihe River Basin.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 26(3), 345-361.
2. Zhang Yingxian, DingYihui, and Li Qiaoping (2012). “Climatology of extratropical cyclone over East Asian based on new statistics.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 26 (3), 261-277.
3. Yan Guanhua, Li Qiaoping, and Xin Chao (2011). “Future air surface temperature changes in China under different greenhouse gas emission scenarios (in Chinese).” Journal of Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology(Natural Science Edition), 3 (1), 36-46.
4. Tu Gang, Li Qiaoping, Su Lixin, et al. (2010). “Projection of Climate Change in Jilin Province and Its Possible Effects on Grain Yield Under IPCC SRES A2 Scenario (in Chinese). ” Journal of Jilin University (Earth Science Edition), 40 (S1), 146-153.
5. Zeng Xiaofang, Li Qiaoping, Su Buda, et al. (2009). “Change and projection of climate in the Songhua River Basin (in Chinese).” Advances in Climate Change Research, 5 (4), 215-219.
6. Ding Yihui, Li Qiaoping, Liu Yanju, et al. (2009). “Atmospheric Aerosols, Air Pollution and Climate Change (in Chinese).” Meteorological Monthly, 35 (3), 3-14.
7. Li Qiaoping, Ding Yihui, and Dong Wenjie (2008). “Summer precipitation change over Eastern China in future 30 years under SRES A2 Scenario (in Chinese).” Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 19 (6), 770-780 .
8. Yan Guanhua, Li Qiaoping, and Lv Donghong (2008). “Analysis of climate change and future trends of the farming-grazing zone in Northern China (in Chinese).” Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 31 (5), 671-678.
9. Li Qiaoping, Ding Yihui, Dong Wenjie, et al. (2007). “A numerical study on the winter monsoon and cold surge over East Asia.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 24 (4), 664-678.
10. Li Qiaoping, Ding Yihui, and Dong Wenjie (2007). “A numerical simulation study of impacts of historical land-use changes on the regional climate in China since 1700.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 21 (1), 9-23.
11. Li Qiaoping, Ding Yihui, and Dong Wenjie (2007). “A numerical study on effects of the soil moisture upon the regional short-term climate (in Chinese).” Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 18 (1), 1-11.
12. He Xicheng, Li Qiaoping, Ding Yihui, et al. (2007). “Numerical simulation of East Asian winter monsoon with ENSO episodes using a regional climate model (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 65 (1), 18-28.
13. DingYihui, Li Qiaoping, Dong Wenjie (2005). “A numerical simulation study of the impacts of vegetation changes on regional climate in China (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 63 (5), 604-621.
14. Li Qiaoping, and DingYihui (2005). “Multi-year simulation of the East Asian monsoon and precipitation in China using a regional climate model and evaluation.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 19 (3), 302-316.
15. Li Qiaoping and DingYihui (2005). “Multi-year simulations of East Asian winter Monsoon by using regional climate model (in Chinese).” Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 16, 30-40.
16. Li Qiaoping, and DingYihui (2004). “Research on the effects of vegetation change on regional climate (in Chinese).” Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 27 (1), 131-140
17. Li Yafen, Li Qiaoping, Wang Panxing, et al. (2003). “Seasonal variation and hemispherical difference of 500 hPa climate anomaly height field intensity and spectrum structure (in Chinese).” Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 26(5), 577-587.
18. Li Qiaoping, and DingYihui (2002). “Advances in study of the impacts of vegetation change on the regional climate changes in China (in Chinese).” Climate Change Newsletter, 1, 14-15.
19. Li Liping, Li Qiaoping, Wang Panxin (2002). “Preliminary analysis of anomalous persistence of mean monthly geopotential height fields (in Chinese).” Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 25(3), 380-387.
20. Li Qiaoping, and Wang Panxin (2003). “Some circulation indices and their variation character of hemispherical mean monthly geopotential height fields (in Chinese).” Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 26 (3), 340-348.
21. Li Qiaoping, and Wang Panxin (2003). “Time-lag correlation analysis of homogeneous and inhomogeneous anomaly indexes of hemispherical monthly geopotential height fields (in Chinese).” Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 26 (5), 638-645.

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